Alberta oil sands get unexpected support
Attacked by Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, oil sands gets thumbs up from U.S. anti-poverty coalition, civil rights, faith leaders
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While butting heads with two of its familiar adversaries, the Alberta oil sands sector got support from an unlikely quarter.
First a group of 11 Greenpeace activists broke into the Syncrude Canada operation to draw attention to the organizationís campaign against oil sands development.
They were arr....
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